Uhuru set to adress Uganda's parliament
08 August 2015, 20:46
Nairobi - President Uhuru Kenyatta travelled to Uganda on Saturday for a three-day State visit.
The President was accompanied by First Lady Margaret Kenyatta and is expected to address the Ugandan Parliament on Monday.
the visit, President Kenyatta and Uganda President Yoweri Museveni will
also hold bilateral talks on trade and regional integration.
two leaders are also expected to discuss the latest developments in
South Sudan and review the situation in Burundi where President Museveni
acted as mediator on behalf of the East African Community.
While in Uganda, President Kenyatta will also meet the Ugandan business community and the Kenyan diaspora.
Kenyans in Uganda were keen to hear from the President once he arrives.
" I am looking forward to hearing the President speak especially on matters affecting us as students," Uweri Julias, a Kenyan student at Kampala International University told News24 on phone.
As will businessmen.
" I would like to here what the President will say about issues affecting us businessmen doing cross border business," James Mwangangi who ferries goods across the two countries said.
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